We are considered one of the world’s most important oil and gas producing regions. With more than 1,800 GE Oil & Gas employees across the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey, we are constantly working to support our customers in a timely and cost effective way.
GE Oil & Gas has over 20 facilities across the region, including:
- A Measurement Solutions Calibration Lab operating from the CERT Technology Park in Abu Dhabi since 2008. The facility offers state-of-the-art calibration equipment for pressure and moisture sensors, particularly for the oil and gas and aerospace sectors. It also provides onsite repair and software upgrade services.
- The GE Manufacturing Technology Center, located in Dammam, helps nurture talent and enable growth across the region. In 2012, GE announced plans to expand the facility further. After the expansion, the Technology Center will feature five key components: a modern manufacturing facility of high-end equipment for the power, water and oil and gas industries; a service and repair center for advanced turbine equipment; a training center that offers the latest technology and managerial courses for college students, field engineers and other power industry professionals throughout the region; a Research & Development Center; and a state-of-the-art high-speed balance facility.
- The Qatar Service Center, located in Ras Laffan Industrial City, is a joint venture with Al Shaheen and aims at helping customers increase equipment availability, boost production and implement operational efficiencies.
- The North Rumaila Basra Facility, located in Iraq, will act as a base to accommodate management, engineers and technicians to provide field services in Southern and Central Iraq.
- The ALGESCO Repair Shop, located in Algeria, supports the development and growth of Algeria by fostering local expertise, know-how and capabilities. The state-of-the-art facility is designed to support a culture of technology innovation in Algeria and is considered GE’s largest oil and gas facility in the region.
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